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Turn Up To Vote

November 4, 2015 Across the country Tuesday, ballots were being cast and counted. In Chautauqua County, average turnout countywide is 40 percent in non-presidential elections. more »»

Dunkirk Voters Welcome Mayor-Elect Willie Rosas

November 4, 2015 DUNKIRK — It’s almost official. The city of Dunkirk will have a new mayor on Jan. more »»

Fredonia Voters Elect First Female Mayor

November 4, 2015 FREDONIA — Dr. Athanasia Landis made history in Fredonia Tuesday when she was elected the first female mayor in the village’s history. more »»

Forestville Residents Vote To Dissolve Village

November 4, 2015 FORESTVILLE — The people have spoken and the village of Forestville will become the hamlet of Forestville. more »»

Fore! A New Course

November 3, 2015 MAPLE SPRINGS — Described by Best of America Online as a “family treasure,” Midway State Park was built in 1898 as a picnic and recreation area for travelers riding now long-abandoned streetcar lines. more »»

Busti’s Preliminary Budget Released

November 3, 2015 BUSTI — Busti’s preliminary budget was released Monday, confirming a 16. more »»

House Set To Take Up Highway Funding Bill

November 3, 2015 In hopes of rebuilding America’s infrastructure, a long-term highway bill is set for debate in the House as U.S. Re. more »»

Community Music Project Performs Annual Concert ‘For Those Who Have Gone Before Us’

November 3, 2015 The singing groups of the Community Music Project performed their annual concert in remembrance of ‘‘those who have gone before us,’’ on Sunday afternoon at Christ First United Methodist Church. more »»

Rising Higher

November 2, 2015 The United Way of Southern Chautauqua County has reached 36 percent of its $1.3 million goal through the end of October. With two full months remaining, many workplace campaigns are just beginni. more »»

Poland Town Board Discusses Budget

November 2, 2015 KENNEDY — During their recent meeting, the Poland Town Board heard of progress on several projects in the town. They also discussed the difficulties faced for the budget for next year. more »»

Striders Launches SAT Prep, STEM Centered Courses

November 2, 2015 Whether students need to prepare for testing, study computer animation or improve their Minecraft skills, Chautauqua Striders has the course available. more »»

Mandates Put Pressure On Local Governments

November 1, 2015 BUSTI — Another unfunded state mandate will put pressure on the court systems of Chautauqua County. more »»

No Tricks, Just Treats

November 1, 2015 LAKEWOOD — Nothing says “Happy Halloween” to a child like a bag full of candy. more »»

City Holds 31st Annual Fun Fest

November 1, 2015 While many children go trick-or-treating on Halloween night, a large portion of Jamestown residents choose to visit one of the most popular parties in town. From 6-8 p.m. more »»

Local Giving Important To Next Generation

November 1, 2015 Editor’s Note: This is the fifth in a series of articles about the United Way and the donors dedicated to its support. Jamestown will always be home to Joh. more »»

Kennedy Pride Begins Christmas Party Planning

October 31, 2015 KENNEDY — Moving inside for the cooler weather season, Kennedy Pride recently met in the community meeting room of the Kennedy Free Library. Plans for upcoming events were discussed. more »»

Five-Vehicle Crash Sends One To Hospital

October 31, 2015 Five vehicles were damaged and one man was hospitalized after a Toyota Venza passed through a red light at the intersection of Third and Hallock streets Friday. more »»

CLCS Approves Manufacturing Club, APPR

October 31, 2015 MAYVILLE — After gaining approval from the New York State Department of Education, another school district has approved their Annual Professional Performance Review Pla. more »»

Laurels Of Honor

October 30, 2015 Recognition is always an honor, but it is especially extraordinary when it comes from a beloved organization. On Thursday night, Jamestown Community College Foundation honored Joseph C. more »»

Lakewood Residents Protest Construction Of Cell Tower

October 30, 2015 LAKEWOOD — Nearly 75 residents showed up to the Lakewood Zoning Board of Appeals meeting Thursday night to protest a cellphone tower application. Matthew . more »»



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